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Reuters BusinessSep 24, 2019
Global stocks inch up on trade hopes but growth fears cap gains
Global shares edged up on Tuesday after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin confirmed U.S.-China trade talks will resume next month, but lingering concerns about slowing global growth reduced the overall appetite for riskier assets.

Reuters Company NewsSep 23, 2019
Japan shares firm on trade optimism, Topix hits 5-month high
Japanese shares rose on Tuesday after U.S. Treasury Secretary said U.S.-China talks will resume in early October and investors bought ahead of companies going ex-dividend later in the week.

MarketWatch MarketPulseSep 23, 2019
Alcoa's stock falls after Goldman downgrades, cuts price target
Shares of Alcoa Corp. fell 1.5% in morning trading Monday, after Goldman Sachs analyst Matthew Korn backed away from his bullish stance on the aluminum company, citing expectations of lower prices in the near term, and fewer catalysts down the road. Korn cut his rating to neutral from buy, and lowered his stock price target to $25 from $30. A ramp-up at a large Brazil-based alumina refinery and weaker demand from China have kept prices lower than previously forecast, Korn said. "The big picture is unchanged and fundamentally challenged: A slowing China, growing U.S. steel capacity and fears of global recession continue to be front of mind for investors and colar nearly every conversation we have on the stocks," Korn wrote. He said potential for meaningful resolution of the U.S.-China trade war seems "thin" and he senses "tempered expectations" for China's stimulus measures. Separately, Korn downgraded Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. to sell from neutral and Commercial Metals Co. to neutral from buy. Alcoa's stock has shed 19.6% year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 19.4%.

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